When I first started using Apophysis, I did not know anything about the program. I just jumped right in and learned enough about the program to get by. Heck! I didn't even know how to use the render function for the first couple of month using the program. I eventually figured that out and ever since then my fractals have that less of screenshot feel to it. :p
The one thing that any new fractalist should look at are the tutorials that are available for their program they are using. While in my case, it was not a 'how-to use the program' tutorial, but rather 'how-to make a specific kind of fractal' tutorial. Like in case of the ones that caug
I am hoping to figure out just what people want to buy in the way of textures. I have created some things that have sold very well but others that have yet to sell at least once. I am never sure just what the magic formula is for making something work. I always try new and different things and return back to other items as well.
My "Floral Fantasy" textures for Ballet for Kids4 is now available in the Poser Addicts Store. I have also created an expansion pack to go with these to turn your lovely ballerinas into fancy faes. I have created two new prints featuring the textures with two very darling girls who volunteered to wear them for the re
Spring is definitely in the air. (So is the tree pollen.) Inspite of the usual spring allergies, I am suprisingly alert. I have been mostly in lurke mode of late but inspiration has finally struck (or I have finally beat my muse awake from her wnter slumber). With the release of the new Kids4 generation at Daz3D, I have been inspired to get creative with the kids clothing which is in dire need of textures.
My first texturing adventure is with the Gigi Garden Girl outfit by Mada, Thorne & Sarsa. This is a very cute outfit and great fun to play with textures. I am hoping to have this first set release sometime very soon to the Poser Addicts II